Claremont Insider: Friday Music

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Friday Music


The Ravelers, our local classic rock band, just played a summer concert-in-the-park last night at Montclair's Alma Hoffman Park, and they're back in action this Friday at the Doubletree Hotel on Foothill Blvd. Here's what the Raveler Spam has to say:

The Ravelers are also returning to our favorite casual hang-out this Friday evening for a party on the patio.

Come on out and help us enjoy the middle of Summer with friends, dinner, and musical fun...
Friday, July 30- Let's party on the patio!

Doubletree Hotel Claremont
555 W. Foothill Blvd
Claremont, CA 91711
(909) 626-2411

(Please call to make reservations if you would like to eat dinner, it helps them to set up the right number of tables on the patio)

The Ravelers play from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Meet with friends, food, and fun!
On Foothill Blvd between Indian Hill and Mountain Ave.

If you are having a birthday, this is a great place to celebrate. If you are looking to wind down after a week of work, this is a great spot to wind down with some cocktails, dinner, and some fun music. If you are wondering where to meet some friends for fun at a nice outdoor setting...well, this is the place! can head over to PianoPiano across the parking lot for more fun...

The weather looks to be perfect for a patio party for the middle of Summer! We are looking to get a nice group photo.

Here is what the patio looks like...


Also, this Friday at The Press Restaurant at 129 Harvard Ave. in the Claremont Village, you can see Michael Tarbox and the Tarbox Ramblers beginning at 10pm. For more information, call (909) 625-4808.

The Press' website says:
Friday, July 30, 2010 Michael Tarbox with Jerry O'Sullivan

10:00 PM

Michael Tarbox leads the Tarbox Ramblers, about NPR's "All Things Considered" said, "Homemade rock 'n' roll with a dose of rattlesnake venom and gospel-drenched howling."

Michael is making a rare visit to the West Coast and will be performing songs from his new CD, "My Primitive Joy".

Jerry O'Sullivan opens the show.

Don't miss this.